Question Solved1 Answer HOMEWORK 5 CHP 5 (Compatibility Mode] - Ward (Product Activation Failed) References Mailings Review View 8 Tell me what you want to do A A A AalbocDe AaBbcc AaBbc Aabbcci A * A.A. 1 Normal 1 No Spac.. Heading 1 Heading 2 TI Paragraph Styles 1. Just as a car tops a 36 meter high hill with a speed of 42 km/h it runs out of gas and coasts from there, without friction or drag. How high, to the nearest meter, will the car coast up the next hill? + a 2. A 2 kg metal plate slides down a 16-meter high slope. At the bottom its speed is 4.3 m/s. To the nearest Joule, what was the magnitude of the work done by friction? 3. A mass of 3.3 ky s dropped from a height of 3.86 meters above a vertical spring anchored at its lower end to the floor If the spring constant is 34 Nem, how far, to the nearest tenth of a cm is the spring compressed?

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Transcribed Image Text: HOMEWORK 5 CHP 5 (Compatibility Mode] - Ward (Product Activation Failed) References Mailings Review View 8 Tell me what you want to do A A A AalbocDe AaBbcc AaBbc Aabbcci A * A.A. 1 Normal 1 No Spac.. Heading 1 Heading 2 TI Paragraph Styles 1. Just as a car tops a 36 meter high hill with a speed of 42 km/h it runs out of gas and coasts from there, without friction or drag. How high, to the nearest meter, will the car coast up the next hill? + a 2. A 2 kg metal plate slides down a 16-meter high slope. At the bottom its speed is 4.3 m/s. To the nearest Joule, what was the magnitude of the work done by friction? 3. A mass of 3.3 ky s dropped from a height of 3.86 meters above a vertical spring anchored at its lower end to the floor If the spring constant is 34 Nem, how far, to the nearest tenth of a cm is the spring compressed?
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Transcribed Image Text: HOMEWORK 5 CHP 5 (Compatibility Mode] - Ward (Product Activation Failed) References Mailings Review View 8 Tell me what you want to do A A A AalbocDe AaBbcc AaBbc Aabbcci A * A.A. 1 Normal 1 No Spac.. Heading 1 Heading 2 TI Paragraph Styles 1. Just as a car tops a 36 meter high hill with a speed of 42 km/h it runs out of gas and coasts from there, without friction or drag. How high, to the nearest meter, will the car coast up the next hill? + a 2. A 2 kg metal plate slides down a 16-meter high slope. At the bottom its speed is 4.3 m/s. To the nearest Joule, what was the magnitude of the work done by friction? 3. A mass of 3.3 ky s dropped from a height of 3.86 meters above a vertical spring anchored at its lower end to the floor If the spring constant is 34 Nem, how far, to the nearest tenth of a cm is the spring compressed?
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